Our quick guide to tonight’s Hershey Bears – Norfolk Admirals AHL Showcase game at Verizon Center
Our guide to tonight’s AHL Showcase between the Hershey Bears and the Norfolk Admirals at Verizon Center in Washington, DC is simple. It’s in the tweet below and we hope you’ll spread the word. There are downtown businesses and arena workers affected by the NHL lockout that could use the dollars. Enjoy the hockey! And please pour a little money into the local economy too if you can.
One more thing: As tweeter @Sdunn2984 pointed out today, there is a toy drive for the Salvation Army at tonight’s game. “The Capitals will be accepting donations at the F Street Entrance to Verizon Center starting when doors open at 6 p.m.,” according to the team’s website. “The first 1,500 fans to donate will receive a commemorative Adam Oates Hall of Fame poster. The Capitals, GEICO, Comcast SportsNet and The Salvation Army urge all Caps fans to donate at least one new, unwrapped toy for a deserving child this holiday season.”
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Posted on December 6, 2012, in NHL, Washington Capitals and tagged AHL Showcase, American Hockey League, Chinatown, DC, Hershey Bears, hockey, NHL, NHL Lockout, Norfolk Admirals, Penn Quarter, Verizon Center, Washington DC. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.